Bukerk

Recently I took my car in for its regular servicing, and must unusually I didn't receive that dreaded call alerting you to 501 things they insist need doing that will cost you a mortgage to have fixed; that has never happened to me before. They did, however, alert me to the fact there was a... Continue Reading →

5-Day Lockdown

Yesterday, I headed to my sister’s home to celebrate my nephew’s fourth birthday. A small get together with just family members, he enjoyed receiving another lot of gifts so soon after Christmas. As I was most the way home I received a call from my housemate asking where I was, my immediate thoughts were there... Continue Reading →

2021: New Hope

To suggest that 2020 has been anything other than short of most people’s expectations might be a lie. We started the year with COVID-19 initially plaguing regions of China, but before we knew it had begun its spread far and wide. Now as we close out the year there have been 83 million infected and... Continue Reading →

Slowly, opening up

The island state of Western Australia looks to be opening up after almost eight months closed due to COVID-19. Whilst we’ve fared so much better than others around the world, we’ve taken a more hardline stance to protect ourselves which has actually seen our economy the strongest in the nation. Today, our premier announced we’re... Continue Reading →

COVID & WFH: Will this drive change?

In Australia, working from home is a relatively new concept within the workplace. It’d be fair to say employers view the concept likely view the concept of their employees working from home with a measure of distrust, concerned they might not undertake their duties as fully as if at work. Then came COVID, and suddenly... Continue Reading →

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